Nolan N104 Solid Modular Helmet

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$329.99 MSRP $449.95 - $529.95

Rating 4.55 of 5 (8 Reviews)
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Nolan N104 Solid Modular Helmet

The culmination of 14 years of evolution, the Nolan N104 Modular helmet embodies the true essence of what a flip-up helmet should be. From its innovative, lightweight shell shape to the Dual Action chin guard opening system, the N104 strives to create the most comfortable, quiet and refined experience for the serious sport touring rider.
  • Injected polycarbonate GE Lexan shell
  • Two shell engineering allows Nolan to offer sizes from 2XS to 3XL
  • Dimensionally correct sizing allows ample cubic volume in chin/nose area
  • Ultra-wide eye port opening is the largest on any Nolan helmet for superior vison
  • Dual Action chin guard opening mechanism prevents accidental opening
  • Shield is changed by a simple push button mechanism
  • Pinlock shield included with each helmet
  • Vision Protection System system allows internal sunscreen to easily slide up or down with effortless button actuation
  • VPS lens is scratch and fog resistant
  • AIRBOOSTER ventilation system ensures optimal air flow
  • Removable, washable interior is anti-fungal and anti-microbial
  • New Microlock2 retention system
  • Is factory ready for the new B4 N-com system
  • Meets or exceeds DOT standards
  • Item # 41364

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Incredible features, yellow is nicely visible, nice price

I've had this helmet for about a month now, mostly in cold and wet weather. I love the features. Pinlock is absolutely amazing if you're in cold and wet weather. The shield is HUGE. The flip-up works great. The strap latch is different, overall I like it but it is a little adjusting to having plastic below your chin instead of the strap like on a D-ring helmet. Only negative I've really got is the seal around the shield isn't perfect. In heavy rain it will drip down from the top.

Brian - April 19, 2012

(Seattle, WA)

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N104 Solid Modular Helmet

This is the best investment for us since I've been riding. Expecially when we purchased the N-Comm Bluetooth intercom system that fits right in it. I had a wired system I was going to install, but we sold it and bought the Nolan helmets and then the N-Comm and riding is much more fun. Thumbs up.

Randall - November 26, 2012

(Sevierville, TN)

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Great helmet

I got this helmet for Christmas in 2012 and I love it. It replaced an older model Nolan that I also liked very much, but this one is even better. The features I like about both helmets is the strap clasp, which is so much easier to use than D rings, the flip up component design, and the built in sun shield. I like the 104 better than my old Nolan because they improved the latch on the flip up chin bar. It took a little getting used to, but now it is much easier to release than the old one. They also improved the sun shield by putting it inside the main shield instead of outside. This also made it a little more difficult to raise and lower, but once I got used to it, it is perfect. The shape of the new helmet changed as well. Compared to my old Nolan, this helmet is narrower from side to side, but longer from front to back. I have a huge, wide head, but with the addition of a new size xxxl, it is not a problem. The longer length from front to back leaves more room in front of my face, and it makes my no fog face mask work even better than before. All in all, I could not imagine a better helmet.

Ralph - February 19, 2014

(Detroit, MI)

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You can't hide the Italian flare

I have the cherry wine color to match my new bike. The fit is perfect, very, very nice. I would recommend this helmet to a friend and tell him the price is worth it. I have one comment about the noise. I have found the left side shade slider creates a noise, but it makes up in spades in safety.

Dennis - December 13, 2012

(Gainesville, FL)

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Great fit & finish. Wind noise is very minimal. The quietest helmet I've owned. The pinlock system works great. Highly recommend this helmet.

Bill - December 24, 2013

(Paw Paw, MI)

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This review comes as a reference from my previous helmet. First the likes. Pinlock works great, shield is very easy to lift, shade works great too, the lid closes very well. Airflow is good. Dislikes, only wind noise. I can't take a trip without earplugs. It is louder than what I am used to.

Jorge - March 31, 2014

(Monterrey, Mexico, TX)

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My first N104

This new 104 has outstanding airflow and the visibility from the inside out is noticeably better.If you wear HJC or have a round or square head order one and try it on. If it feels comfortable right away it's going to protect you and you'll love wearing it.

Kathy - August 24, 2012

(Ontario, NY)

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Good helmet with a few short-comings

I normally wear a large, but a large in this helmet feels too big on me. The airflow inside the helmet itself is GREAT. Keeps things nice and cool as long as you're moving. The first detent in the face shield is way bigger than expected (~2"). It sucks that you have to buy into the new N-com system. The lower portion of the shell has pulled off a couple of times already. The locking mechanism to lock the modular front up is a decent feature. Overall, I'm not impressed.

Brian - May 24, 2012

(Pittsburgh, PA)

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